Monday's snow storm will continue winding down as the evening goes along. A few flurries will still be possible, but nothing crazy.
We have measured anywhere from a tenth of an inch of snow to up to locally four inches.
Monday night, ANY snow that managed to melt will quickly refreeze to all the roads, making for another hazardous morning drive. Lows Monday night will drop into the teens with a light southwest wind.
On Tuesday, highs will slowly rebound with more sunshine. Expect mid to upper 30s with a few lower 40s where there was less snow. Light west winds on Tuesday up to about 15 mph.
Down the road, I'm concerned about another potential winter storm that may impact the state Friday into the weekend. This winter storm has the potential to drop more heavy snow across the state right as we melt away the current snow pack. We'll be watching it very closely.
Stay with News 9, we'll keep you advised.